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Support our local businesses... The Little Store in Point Reyes Station is having a pop up today starting at noon in the commons area (near where the Inverness shipwreck is being move to 😂). Lots of stylish clothes and more.
Elk activists in Point Reyes today.
Via Marin Water “For #Throwback Thursday, here is an image of Nicasio during the mid-1970s drought. We are once again in a drought, and now is the time to do all we can to save our limited water supply. Visit MarinWater.org/conserve to learn more.”

LINK: https://twitter.com/marinwaterinfo/status/1380227259877847040?s=21
An update from PRNPS “There will be NO closures on Limantour Road next week.”
Via PRNPS: “Daytime Limantour Road Closures:
Tuesday April 13-Friday April 16, 8am-5pm

Starting Tuesday April 13, 2021 Limantour Road in Point Reyes National Seashore will be closed from 8am to 5pm. This daytime closure will be in effect through Friday, April 16, 2021. The road closure is part of the park’s 2-year https://highways.dot.gov/ and https://www.marincounty.org/depts/pw road improvement project.

Drainage culverts are being replaced along Limantour Road. Most of the culverts require minimal road delays and one way traffic control. The installation of a deeper culvert, however, is more complex and requires full daytime closures for the crews to work safely and efficiently.”
The boat that recently washed up in Point Reyes is quickly becoming a real ghost ship.

Photo by Richard James:
https://www.instagram.com/p/CNJaDEypRAI/
The Point Reyes Village Association has worked out a deal with the PRNPS to move the old shipwreck from Inverness to the former “commons” area in Point Reyes Station.

From the PRVA/PRNPS press release, “This is a win win. Tourists will have easier access to this very popular and beloved historical icon. The lighting will be better for social media users. And it will activate a underutilized space in downtown. So really a win win win.”

This photo is a rendering of what the new home for the shipwreck will look like which was filed along with permits with the county last week.

The shipwreck will be wrapped in bubble wrap by the park and put on a flatbed truck to be moved as early as next week.

Looking forward to having this beacon of hope to look at every day for inspiration!
Someone made a web site that lets you put the ship that blocked the Suez Canal in any location. So someone put it blocking Tomales Bay. 😂

Site: https://evergiven-everywhere.glitch.me

Tweet: https://twitter.com/marthas72796871/status/1376735158863204355?s=21
This boat just washed up on South Beach in Point Reyes. The occupants and a dog were airlifted off the coast last week I’ve been told. Not sure what happens next.
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